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Wang Xuguang
11-18-2010, 08:12 PM
Dear colleagues,

On behalf of the organization committee of the first international
symposium on digital human modeling (IEA-DHM2011) which will take
place at Lyon on June 14-16 2011, I'd like to warmly invite you to
submit your work to this conference. The deadline for abstract
submission is the 30th November 2010. This is an event supported by
the Technical Committee on Human Simulation and Virtual Environment of
the International Ergonomics Association, and endorsed by the Société
de Biomécanique.

Topics of this symposium are:
- Anthropometry and 3D human body modeling
- Human functional data (e.g. joint maximum strength, joint range of
motion) and their modelling
- Advanced biomechanical human models
- Motion capture and reconstruction
- Posture and motion simulation
- Biomechanics and discomfort
- Applications and software demonstration
- Virtual Reality and DHM
- Mental/cognitive models and integrated models
- Older, disabled and other special populations
- Verification and validation of DHMs
- Model standards and protocols
- ...

Symposium description
- 15-20 min presentations (+5 min questions/discussions) for oral session
- A poster session will also be available in the exhibit room
- Oral presentations and posters will be selected from abstracts
submission, 400 words maximum. Upon acceptance, a 4-10 pages extended
abstract will be published in the conference proceedings. The
organizing committee is currently checking to publish selected papers
in a special issue in an international human factors or ergonomics
- Best poster and best oral presentation will be selected by
Scientific Committee.

Important dates
- Submission deadline (one A4 page abstract): November 30, 2010
- Notification of acceptance: January 30, 2011
- Extended abstracts (4-10 pages), upon acceptance: March 30, 2011
- Conference: June 14-16, 2011

For more details

Xuguang Wang, PhD

Directeur de recherche/Senior researcher

LBMC - Laboratoire de Biomécanique et Mécanique des Chocs (UMR-T 9406

INRETS - Institut National de Recherche sur les transports et leur Sécurite
UCBL - Université Claude-Bernard - Lyon1

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